COIN SPOONS OF PERU
Eight assorted coin bowl spoons from Peru
Detail picture of the center spoon. Note the remarkable amount of hand
done filigree work.
this coin contains a silver sol coin dated 1934.
This picture is another sol coin (1931) from another spoon.
At this time the silver sol was about the size of a US silver dollar.
Front and back views of a typical silver sol coin
However, Peru experienced significant inflation due to poor money
management (FED please note)
This is a typical non-silver Peru sol after the inflation
See the rightmost coin in the first picture
This is a diminutive spoon (shown above) with a silver 10% sol coin
This is another diminutive spoon. The finial at the top is a cutout of
the center of another 10% sol coin.
Detail of the filigree and enamel on the 6th spoon in the first picture.
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